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Learn to Attack Inside for the 2-2-2 Offense!

By Kevin Fitzpatrick - Last updated: Tuesday, November 10, 2015

James Stagnitta, University of Pennsylvania assistant coach, uses the “Survivor Drill” to help his athletes work on getting the ball into the crease on offense. As the interior offense adjusts to ball movement on the perimeter, defenders will improve their coverage and communication skills to prevent easy goals.

Survivor Drill

Drill Summary: Set up with a goalie in the net, two offensive and two defensive players in the crease, and four offensive players in a box formation surrounding the crease (about 5-7 yards outside the goal on either side and 15 yards up the field from there). The ball starts with the offensive players on the outside, who move the ball around until one of the offensive players in the crease can get open. The goal of the drill is to get the ball to one of the offensive players on the inside and score.

Keys to the Drill:

1) Inside offensive players react and adjust to the perimeter.
2) Movement is based on where the ball is.
3) Work on entry passes.
4) Reset properly.

This video came from Championship Productions’ video “Progressive Drills for Building the 2-2-2 Offense.” View other world class Lacrosse videos!


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